The Hood River glacier. (Hood River, Or.) 1889-1933, March 23, 1922, Image 3

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HOOD RIVER GLACIER, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1922
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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
FORD cars have never been as low in PRICE
FORD cars have never been as high in QUALITY
Because
t Sales of a million cars yearly, which permits quan
tity production on the most economical basis.
2. Standardizing on one model over a period of years
has made it possible to develop automatic machinery
for producing parts in quantities at a great saving
in labor costs.
3. The consumption af raw and finished products at a
cost of approximately one million dollars per day,
makes our purchase contracts most attractive to
manufacturing concerns, and insures our obtaining the
best quality in materials at the lowest possible cost.
4. The financial strength of the Ford Motor Company
not only greatly increases our buying power, but also
permits taking full advantage of market conditions.
The company has no bonded indebtedness to meet
and its resourses are always available for use in the
development of the business.
DICKSON MOTOR COMPANY, Inc.
The Home of Ford Service
We manufacture
Poultry and Dairy Feeds
Why not use them?
Made at Home
HIGHLAND MILLING CO.
Store Phone 3881 Mill Phone 1775
Bradley's Bread
Sweeping Price Reduction
1
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International 8-16 Tractor
$845.00
F. O. B. Hood River
This price includes Rear Wheel Fenders, Plat
form, Throttle Governor, Clutch-Operated Pulley,
Water Air Cleaner, etc.
With every tractor ordered before May 1st.,
we will give a tractor plow or a tractor disc
harrow absolutely free
The Hood River Fruit Co.
GRANGE PROTESTS
PLANS FOR STRIKE
Members of Park Grange have en
dorsed a letter received from the Na
tional Grange which protests the
threatened strike of coal miners and
railway employes. The resolution cites
that a rail strike in April will wreck
plans for the season's planting.
"If a coal strike ensues," it is
stated, "people will suffer and the
spectacle of a comparatively small
group of men and interests seizing the
weapon of human misery and suffering
in order to impoee their will, and their
refusal to deal fairly with one another,
and make others pay the penalty, is
preposterous in this nation and time."
Other parts of the letter are as fol
lows :
The decision of every member of the
Grange to do his part in building up an
overwhelming public opinion for a fair
and just settlement and the enforce
ment of such settlement to the utmost,
will prevent any strike. Owners,
workers and the government must feel
the power of this public opinion.
"No man or set of men in this
country can succeed against a united
public sentiment.
"I want you to voice your protest
against any owners or management of
railroads, or owners of local mines or
workmen in either, creating a condi
tion that will stop the progress of our
recovery from the terrible scourge of
war, which we have lust passed
through. And express it in terms that
will leave no doubt in any mind tht
we are in no way to be used to further
the interest of either to the advantage
of one over the other.
'We are doing our part and"it is not
unfair for us to demand that both capi
tal and labor do theirs. Whatever dif
ferences may exist between them must
be adjusted without stopping the
wheels of commerce."
P. P. & L. MANAGER TO
LECTURE HERE TODAY
Engine Strikes Bowlder
The locomotive drawing the east-
bound Pendleton local on Wednesday
morning of last week was put out or
commission when the pilot was demol
ished and a blow cock knocked off
when the train ran into a bowlder just
west of here. The escape of steam
killed the locomotive and it was neces
sary to call for help from The Dalles.
The impact when the locomotive struck
the bowlder jarred passengers slightly.
A comprehensive illustrated lecture
on the property of the Pacific Power &
Light Company in Oregon, Washington
and Idaho will be given in tbe Liberty
theatre this afternoon and evening by
Lewis A. McArthur, of Portland, gen
eral manager of the company.
; This lecture is part of an educational
campaign being carried on by the Pa
cific Power & Light Co., which is one
of the large electric and gas public
utilities in Oregon and Washington.
The illustrated talk on the company
property will be free, the only require
ments being that those who desire to
attend the lecture shall call at the
company's office and get tickets. This
is being done in ordr to prevent the
theatre from being overcrowded.
The talk which is scheduled for tbe
afternoon will be largely for the bene
fit of school children and will consist
of an interesting moving picture depic
ting features of the electrical business
and some very interesting colored
slides of the Pacific Power & Light
Company property.
the evening snow is intended pri
marily for grown-ups and will also in
elude a moving picture entitled "Hack
of the Button" and very interesting
slides and diagrams, many of which
are artistically colored.
One of the features of the evening
show will be the giving away of
brand new electric fiat iron.
It is interesting to note that this
method of publicity is new in the
northwest and is being tried out for
the first time by the Pacific l'ower &
Light Company and the people of this
community are being given the first
opportunity of listening to this lecture
which promises to be not only instruc
tive but highly interesting and many
artistic elides will be shown on the
screen. ;
50 CENTCHARffi
FOR ALTO CAMP
Ship your damaged radiators to The
Dalles Auto Radiator Works. We re-
core, re-builu and re-model all makes 01
trucks, tractors and pleasure cars. Save
time and money. All our work guaran
teed. F. L. McKinnon, 2U8 Court Street,
The Dalles. Ore. I2tf
Found a Cure fur Indigestion
"I use Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets for indigestion and find
they suit my case better than any dys
pepsia remedy I have ever tried and I
have used many different medicines.
1 am nearlv fifty one years of age and
have suffered a great deal from indi
gestion. 1 can eat almost anything 1
want to. now," writes George W.
Emory, Kock Mills, la. These tablets
contain no pepsin but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to digest the
food naturally.
The Pheasant
Fountain and Tea Room
and
Oregon Hotel
Dining Room
All Under Same Management
Breakfast
Noon Day Lunch
Regular Dinner
5:30 to 8:30 p. m.
Open 6:30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
Ice Creams
Beverages
Confections
HOOD RIVER'S FINEST
EATING PLACE
city water superintendent rnce, in
charge of the automobile camping park
at the west edge of the city, states
that a charge of 50 cents per night will
be made for motorists using the park
this season. He says the charge is
justified, in that it will enable the city
to keep the park in better condition,
with a custodian constantly in charge.
Motor camping parties are already
arriving at the camp. Tents of tran
sients have been placed each night the
past several days.
John Deere plows at Bennet Bios.m 2:i
In
No. 1178
Summons by Publication
the Circuit Court of the State of
Bulk Cocoa
2 pounds for 25c
Other staple commodities at prices just as
attractive. Canned goods and dainties. We
retail Bradley's bread at wholesale prices.
New delivery hours 9 A. M. and 2 P. M.
L. H. HUGGINS 2131
CLEAN
PLACE
CLEAN
GAME
BOWL AM) BE HEALTHY
at the
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410 OAK STREET
Anderson Undertaking Co.
C. C. ANDERSON. Sole Proprietor
Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director
Ladies' Night Wednesdays
Open 12 to 12 Weekdays
415 OAK STREET
S IL BARTME55
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND LICENSED EMBALMER
Licensed with Oregon's first class of Embalmer. tone 1381, 3821
HOOD RIVER. OREGON
HEALTH
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General Trucking;
and Wood
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JESSE
3142
PUDDY
Oregon for the County of Hood River.
Charles J. Mory, Plaintiff, vs. H.
Montague Sidney, Beulah V. Wad
hams, W. J. Wadhanw, (first and Ureal
name unknown) and P. 8. Malcolm, as
administrator of the Estate of Mary
Judson Sidney, Deceased, Defendants.
To H. Montague Sidney, Beulah V.
Wadhamn and W. J. Wadhams, (first
and real name unknown), impleaded
with the other defendants above
named : j
In the name of the fcJtate of Oregon :
You, and ,eaeh of you are hereby
notified and required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above entitled suit and court on
or before April 15, 1922; and if you
fail to so appear and answer, for want
thereof, the plaint iff will apply to the
above entitled court for the relief
prayed for in his complaint on tile
therein, which relief is briefly as fol
lows, to-wit:
For a decree reforming and correct
ing the description of land contained
in that certain mortgage made and
executed by H. Montague Sidney to
the plaintiff, dated August 10, 1J21,
for $5,000. filed with the County Clerk
of Hood River County, Oregon, Sep
tember 17th, 1021, and recorded in
Volume 15 of Mortgages on page 57,
so that the descrip'ion therein shall
read as follows, to-wit:
"The Northeast Quarter (NEi) of
the Southeast Quarter (SEJ) of Sec
tion 31, and tbe Northwest Quarter
NWi) , of the Southwest Quarter
(SWi) of Section Thirty-Two (32),
Townsr.p Two (2) North, Range
Eleven (11), East of the Willamette
Meridian. "
1'or judgment against the defendants
H. Montague Sidney and Beulah V.
Wadhams for the sum of $5,000.00,
with interest tbcreon at the rate of H
per cent per annum from AuguBt 10,
1921 ; together with the sum of $547.22,
with interest thereon at tbe rate of 8
per cent per annum since February 16,
1922; and for the further sum of
$275.00 as an attorney's fee and for
the costs and disbursements of this
suit.
That the mortgage above described,
as so reformed and corrected, may be
established and declared to be a first
lien upon the real property therein de
scribed, according to the reformed de
scription, to secure the payment of the
said judgment so obtained ; and that
said mortgage mny be foreclosed and
the said real property sold according
to law and the practice of the court,
to satisfy said judgment, and the pro
ceeds of said sale be applied to the
payment of the exnses of said sale
and plaintiff's said judgment. T-.t if
the amount of money resulting from
said sale and paid to the plaintiff shall
not be sufficient to satisfy tne said
judgment in full, that the piaintitf
may have a further judgment for any
such deficiency against the defendants
H. Montague Sidney and Buelah V.
Wadhams, and each of them.
That the defendants, and each of
them, and all persona claiming by,
through or under them, subsequent to
the execution of plaintiff's said mort
gage, may be barred and forever fore
closed of all right, claim or equity of
redemption in or to said mortgaged
premises, except as preserved to them
by statute.
That a tecevier may be appointed by
tbe Court to take possession of the
mortgaged premises and preserve tbe
same, and the crops, rents and profits
accruing therefrom, during the pend
ency of this suit.
And plaintiff prays for other proper
equitable relief.
You are served with this summons
pursuant to tbe order of tbe Honorable
j Fred W. Wilson. Circuit Judge, made
and entered February 23, 1922, which
order prescribed that you shall appear
and answer said complaint on or be-
: (or April 15, 1922, and that you be
served with this summons by publi
cation thereof in the "Hood River
Glacier," a weekly newspaper pub-
, Imbed at Hood Kiver, Oregon, at least
once a week for ai (6) consecutive
weeks: and you are farther notified
that the date of the first publication of
this summons is March 2, 1922.
George R. Wilbur.
. Attorney for Plaintiff.
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Hood River Hood River, Orearoa.
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FRUIT MEN TO
BE FETED HERE
At a meeting last week of the direc
torates of the Apple Growers Associa
tion and Commercial club and repre
seniaiives oi various rruit shipping or
ganizations of the vallev at the Colum
bia Gorge hotel, a committee was ap
pointed to secure the routing through
noou Kiver, of delegates to the nation
al fruit growers' convention to be held
in Seattle in July. Members of the
committee are: F. F. Clark. A. K.
Woolpert C. H. Castner, F. S. Kelly
and J. C. Duck wall. Mr. Clark left
immediately for Seattle, where he at
tended a meeting called to make nreu-
arations for the entertainment of the
hundreds of prominent fruit buyers
who will visit the northwest in mid
summer.
Field Secretary Brewer, of the Ore
gon State Chamber of Commerce, here
calling on apple shippers, pledged that
at least one special train carrying
fruit convention delegates, would visit
here.
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
GETS NEW MEMBERS
The Women's Auxiliary of the
American Legion has closed a canvass
with its membership augmented to 129.
Twenty-eight new members were add
ed in a whilrwind mop-up campaign
ended Saturday. Mrs. George R. Wil
bur, president of the organization, has
emphasized prominence desired of
mothers of ex-service men in the ad
ministration of affairs of the organiza
tion. bhe has appointed a mother as
chairman of every committee.
A delicious luncheon was served at
the Saturday meeting. The following
program was rendered: Paul Huelat,
accompanied ny Mrs. waller ford on
the piano, saxophone solo ; Mrs. A. S.
Keir, vocal solo; Miss Crockett, read
ing; Miss Leona Van Allen, "The
Spring Dance," and Miss Katherine
Baker, piano medley. Miss Van Allen
was presented by Miss Baker.
Eyes scientifically examined by H. I-
naiDroucc, UDiomeirist. ueiiDronner
Hldg. (8-U
For Sale or Lease
IDEAL DAIRY RANCH
80 Acres all under cultivation and irri
gated. 20 acres in Alfalfa. Southern
exposure, no rocks. 8 mile from Coun
ty Seat under Ochoco Project. Quarter
mile from school, mile and a half from
Grange Hall. Cooperative community.
Will sell or lease to responsible party for
low valuation at best terms ever offered.
For information see Mr. Mansfield at
Ford Garage.
' Your bathroom
and
your health
Every fixture bearing the
name"Maddock"is designed
to do more in protecting
your family's health than
all the prophylactics that
could be stored in your
medicine cabinet.
Maddock lavatories are provided
with a patented cleansing feature
which makes it easy to keep
tbe overflow clean and sanitary.
Maddock closets have extra large
water surface, which insures the
utmost in non-aoiling sanitation.
Maddock bathtubs are made in
the latest designs and of a con
struction which is germ-proof and
easy to clean.
Let us give you estimates for a
complete bathroom equipment of
this character. Or, we will gladly
give figures for any single unit.
A request for this information
will not obligate yu.
M. P. GIBBON
908 12th Street.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co's
MONTEREY
6 PLY
SPRAY HOSE
23'2C per foot
Guaranteed for your pressure
BB
Ml HOOD
MOTOR CO.
G. L. DAVENPORT
Grower and shipper Apples, Pota
toes, Onions. Seed Potatoes trtir
variety "The Best that's Grown"
nil
TSADE
All kinds of Produce solicited.
147 Front St. PORTLAND. ORK
OLD CITY HALL PLUMBING SHOP
M Fourth Street, Hood River, Ore.
Tom Fisher, Prop.
PLUMBING, HEATING AND
FL'RNACE. WORK
FboiM 17J Kealdenot I'bone 273
Remember
We ha ve the largest Stock of lumber in
Hood River County to select from.
You will save money by letting
us quote on your require
ments. Yours for
prompt service. ,
OREGON LUMBER COMPANY
DKE, OREGON
Back to Normal Prices
CZ)OOOOOOCZ3
The fact that standard articles of jewelry are
back to normal In price, should appeal to parents
and friends of those members of raduatln classes
In Hood River ht&h schools. You are already
ivin thought to presents for your boy or ir!
or the boy or irl of your friend.
Our stock Is very complete with articles that
will last throughout tbe years. Our prices are
back to the pre-war level. Our reputation and
the expert services of all in our store are back
of our oods.'
W. F. LARAWAY
RELIABLE JEWELER
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BW t 'A ll'i , n,r,
The Foundation
of lliis business is a host of
satisfied customer s. It is our
aim to supply bettor coal
than the ordinary without
any extra chaise. That we
succeed is proven by the
many satisfied customers
who Obtain their coal here
rinlil along. We believe you
would join them if you once
ntn our coal a trial.
TRANSFER & LIVERY CO.
Telephone 4111
FORAGING DAYS
In these early days of Spring, the days between
Winter and the warmer period of later May days, the
housewife may find it bard to balance her rations. The
appetite at this period seems to crave the newer, fresher
vegetables that are just beginning to grow. The stock
of canned goods on our shelves will go far toward satis
fying the most fastidious palate. We always have a
full stock of staples.
m FRASIER & SON
A Place Fur Your Convenient Recreation
Play a friendly game of billiards or pool. The
best foods at all nours at our grille. Cigars, soft
drinks and confections.
And, if you wish, you may enjoy our bowling
alleys, none better.
, THE ELECTRIC KITCHEN
II. S. UKOROE, Prop.